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                        GOOD READING FOR LAWYERS
                            (FICTION AND NOT-TRIAL -RELATED)

                 Please click the title of any article or book reference that interests you.

Books:

                And Then There Were None
                             (Or So They Thought)

by Agatha Christie

                The Art of Strategy (Sun Tzu)

by R. L. Wing

                Attracting Perfect Customers: The Power
                             of Strategic Synchronicity

by Stacey Hall and Jan Brogniez


                Benjamin Franklin: The Reluctant
                             Revolutionary

by Edmund S. Morgan


                Bush at War

by Bob Woodward


                The Canyon Ranch Guide to Living Younger
                              Longer: A Complete Program for
                             Optimal Health for Body, Mind,
                             and Spirit

by Len Sherman


                The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman and the
                             Destruction of Hitler's Germany,
                             1941-1945

by Michael Beschloss


                Dumb Witness

by Agatha Christie


                Fighting Injustice

by Michael Tigar


                The Firm

by John Grisham


                Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary
                             Generation

by Joseph Ellis


                Presumed Innocent

by Scott Turow


                The Rainmaker

by John Grisham


                Runaway Jury

John Grisham


                Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy

by Jane Leavy


                Tao of Power

by R. L. Wing


                War Letters

by Andrew Carroll and
Douglas Brinkley (Eds.)


                When You Ride Alone You Ride with Bin Laden:
                             What the Government Should be
                             Telling Us to Help Fight the War
                             on Terrorism
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by Bill Maher


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